Healthcare internal auditors, compliance, and finance team members gathered in Atlanta, GA to attend the AHIA Southeastern Region Forum. This all-day education program provided a forum for healthcare professionals to network and interact with their peers, to share best practices, and to strengthen the profession of healthcare internal auditing.
All attendees will be entered in a drawing for free admission to the 2020 AHIA Annual Conference! Must be present to win.
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8:00 am 8:30
Registration / Networking Breakfast
Welcome & Event Announcements
Leases: Lessons Learned From Implementing 842 Dan Smith, Senior Manager, Assurance Services, DHG
Tips for Identifying Risk and Improving Detection of Drug Diversion Kimberly New, Partner, Diversion Specialists
How to De-construct a Construction Contract Mike Trammell, Partner, Assurance Services, DHG
Stacy Wood, Senior Director, Healthcare Internal Audit, Emory University
Cyber-Crime and the Healthcare Industry - A Dangerous Combination Alan Davis, Electronic Crimes Task Force, United States Secret Service
Facilitated Working Session: Conflicts of Interest and Top Audit Risks Debi Weatherford, Executive Director Internal Audit, Piedmont Healthcare
Investigating and Prosecuting Healthcare-related Crimes Samir Kaushal, Assistant U.S. Attorney, US Attorney's Office Northern District of GA
David O'Neal, Assistant U.S. Attorney, US Attorney's Office Northern District of GA
2:55 3:00 pm
Closing Comments / DRAWING / Adjourn
Recommended CPE Credit and Field of Study: Earn up to 6 hours of CPE in Accounting and Specialized Knowledge, pending approval
Delivery Format: Group Live
Participants: Internal Audit, Finance and Compliance Professionals
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: Basic knowledge of accounting, tax and management concepts.
Course Level: Beginning and Intermediate
Learning Objectives: These sessions are designed to be highly interactive to promote attendee participation and sharing of internal audit best practices. Attendees will learn about current healthcare internal audit topics, audit approaches and techniques and best practices.
Policies & Event Questions
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